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Paris Saint Germain's Ezequiel Lavezzi has been linked with a move to Liverpool after Brendan Rodgers confirmed he wants a forward.
The Reds chief watched last season's Premier League runners up edge past Southampton 2-1 in Sunday's season-opener at Anfield.
England international striker Daniel Sturridge continued his good form from last season with the winning goal, but Rodgers is adamant that he is a striker light following the prolific Luis Suarez's departure to Barcelona this summer.
"I do still think we need another striker," Rodgers said. "It is something that we will look at but that will depend on the availability of one. Sunday was about winning and we got there.
"So we will search for that through to the end of the window but you see the players, the quality that we have."
A move for 29-year-old Argentina international Lavezzi has already been mooted this summer, while his PSG team-mate Edinson Cavani has also been linked.
The French champions are unlikely to sell Cavani after Zlatan Ibrahimovic suffered an injury in the side's 2-0 win against Bastia on Saturday.
But it's believed that Lavezzi could be given the green light to move on before the September 1 deadline after talks about extending his stay in Paris have broken down.